Less than 24 hours after the Fast Lane pay per view that left us with only a main event, WWE locked in a few more big matches for WrestleMania on Raw. However, both of those new directions ended up raising more questions than answers for the company’s big stars, and their aim as a whole.

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Sunday night saw WWE complete their final pay-per-view before WrestleMania, with a Fast Lane pay-per-view that was notable for… very little, actually. The bookies (or at least, 888sport) had the results right in all-but-one match – and for someone notoriously awful at pay-per-view predictions, I came out 100% with my winners!

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In around six hours’ time, WWE makes the final Sunday-night stop on the road to WrestleMania, as they head into Cleveland, Ohio for their second annual Fast Lane pay-per-view. With just 42 days to go until WrestleMania, WWE will be looking to lock down as much as they can so they can start promoting the biggest show of the year.

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It’s time for another break away from the current-day WWE product, this time looking at some of the freely available gems that are online. Whilst the in-ring product isn’t bad (and with the quality on the current roster, how can it?), the creative tied to those matches can often be deflating. So, to provide some variety, I’ll be trawling the internet and reviewing random matches from around the world (as opposed to entire shows).

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This summer’s Global Cruiserweight Series marks the first time in almost twenty years that WWE has held a tournament focussing on the high flyers. In the midst of a ratings war with WCW, WWE attempted to do a copy-and-paste job from WCW’s successful cruiserweight group, but with the expected results from a company that was long considered to be the “Land of the Giants”.

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It was the division that brought eyes to WCW, even during the company’s dying days. It was the division that WWE never really attempted to recreate, and a division that TNA managed to turn from a potential diamond, into dust. Now, WWE’s looking once again to the smaller guys.

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